In-Orbit Satellite tests require simulation of the satellite, ground segment and signal propagtion before real launching mission. We are the experts in this area.
Station Simulator simulates the ground segment of an in-orbit satellite testing system (IOTS). The ground segment contains a number of RF instruments connected to a specific RF schema according to which each instrument displays its measurement value.
The aim of the Station Simulator is to completely simulate all instruments in an RF schema, signal-to-satellite propagation path and some satellite parameters. This way IOTS test procedures can be validated even before a satellite is launched and even before the ground station is constructed. The system is completely XML configurable to suit a number of ground stations and is based on Java related technologies and open-source solutions.
There is a whole industry segment that is in need of simulator applications and many companies drive their businesses on their results. Having implemented the simulator applications we have gained knowledge and experience which can help our customers to get the results done on time, and most of the time, at a fraction of the original price.
Old government funded companies are in decline as the new generation of private launch providers enters the market. This time the focus is on efficiency. Let’s see what else do they bring to the table...
If you are a front-end developer or you work with one you are probably familiar with the occasional frustration when it comes to generating a layout for a web page. Why is it so hard to do such an essential thing? Isn't that what HTML and CSS were made for? Have we been breaking the Web all this time? Is there a better way?
This blog article will be an overview of an exciting technology called Distributed Ledger. What is exactly a ledger and what are components and concept behind this technology with great disruptive potential is to be discovered in the text below. Read on to find out more.
U ponedjeljak 13. studenog Hrvatska gospodarska komora (HGK) dodijelila je najuspješnijim tvrtkama priznanje "Zlatna kuna".
This year's WebCamp arrived at the same format as before, but with a twist – the opening day was set on Friday, a workday, so you needed to put some extra effort in attending it, which actually resulted in a crowd! The organisers have really made an effort so everything was top-notch, up to widely offered mandarins next to cornucopia of coffee and other beverages. However, there was some weird pervasive feeling of lazy Sunday during the next day (Saturday, yes!), most probably due to lower attendance and sunny October skies. That, of course, did not stop any talks from being held so those were two quite interesting days, with quite a spectrum of topics discussed. I’ve decided to reflect on some of the quality talks; there were many of them, but there’s only so much that can be covered.
This is the tutorial for all of you, who at some point in your life had an idea about making your own electronic device, but didn’t know where to start and how. Fear no more, because I’m about to show you how to make your Printed Circuit Board (PCB) from scratch, using Autodesk’s CAD tool EAGLE.
If you are reading this blog post, it is safe to say you are at least a bit interested in Amphinicy. Our webpage and our social media profiles offer enough information about what we do and what kind of projects we work on. However, if you still didn’t get an answer to a question about what it is like to spend time at Amphinicy, read on and find out more!
WebCamp Zagreb, a technology oriented conference for software developers and designers, is only a month away, and this year’s edition is its fifth edition in a row.
Coffee over Voice over Internet Protocol. CoVoIP? Call your coffee machine and order your cup of coffee just the way you like it. Place an order when standing near the coffee machine, when in front of the office building, so it will be ready when you reach the office or call from the other side of the world.